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U.K. | 22 Sept 2020 What's a Plausible Path for GDP If Businesses Have to Close Again?
Our long-standing forecast for GDP to be about 5% below its pre-Covid level at the end of this year assumes that the government will not need to impose new nationwide restrictions on businesses.

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22 Sept 2020 What's a Plausible Path for GDP If Businesses Have to Close Again?

By Samuel Tombs

Our long-standing forecast for GDP to be about 5% below its pre-Covid level at the end of this year assumes that the government will not need to impose new nationwide restrictions on businesses.

Posted: 21st Sep 2020 in 'U.K.'

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